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Volume 30:1 (Winter 1990)


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This issue has four of Wulf E. Barsch’s paintings that were once reviewed by Hugh W. Nibley who wrote, “His work [has] deep sincerity that demands to be taken seriously.” Then Royal Skousen writes on the critical edition of the Book of Mormon and describes what this means and how it can be used. Also in this journal, Jerald F. Simon highlights the life of Thomas Bullock who was key in gathering and preserving historical documents during early Utah Mormon history.